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Brian Burton, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for the Indiana Manufacturer’s Association, soon to be the President and CEO of the association, spoke with Greg Goode. They discussed the ways that the recession hit Indiana and how the state has bounced back. Burton also explained why manufacturing is important and went over the politics of his job and how it affects Hoosiers. Brian Burton originally aired: April 15, 2015

Dr. Jolynn Kuhlman and Dr. Millie Lemen spoke with Teresa Exline to discuss women’s athletics and Title IX. Kuhlman and Lemen explain the implementation of Title IX and how they’re still fighting for equality among the women’s programs, not just at Indiana State University, but across the entire nation. Jolynn Kuhlman & Millie Lemen originally aired: February 18, 2015

Tom Szymanski, Executive Vice President of the Eugene V. Debs Foundation, and Dr. Lisa Phillips, Associate Professor of History at ISU and Treasurer of the Eugene V. Debs Foundation spoke with Dr. Phil Glende. Szymanski and Phillips discussed Eugene V. Debs and the foundation set up in his honor. Debs was born in Terre Haute, Indiana and gained national recognition with his socialist ideology, advocating for workers’ rights, and incarceration for speaking out about WWI. Tom Szymanski & Lisa Phillips originally aired: April 22, 2015